'American Horror Story,' 'Full House', 'Friends', 'Beverly Hills 90210' Homes Real Market Values
The "Full House" series house used is now valued at seven times its original price. The house is located in San Francisco, which is the location some of the highest real estate prices across the nation.
Real estate agent, Regine Familet, stated that the "Full House" home's actual location is in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood. The city's inflated market had made the house worth it for a $3 million price. The original value of the "Full House" home back in 1987 was $441,929.
Aside from the "Full House" home, the following is a list of other famous TV and movie houses:
- "Friends". The building Chandler, Joey, Rachel and Monica lived in for the entire run of the show was located at 90 Bedford Street in Manhattan's West District, according to Hooked on Houses. The apartment was recently listed in the building for $2,300. If they were offered for sale, Thrillist estimated that Joey and Chandler's place would go for $2 million, while Monica and Rachel's will be offered at $2.5 million.
- "The Brady Bunch". "The Brady Bunch" was one of the most beloved TV homes of all time. Even though the show ended in 1974, fans continue to visit the North Hollywood home on 11222 Dilling Street. According to Thrillist, the home's current value is around $1.5 million, but has not changed owner since February 1973, when it sold for $61,000.
- "Beverly Hills 90210". The "Beverly Hills 90210" Spanish-style pad where the Walsh family lived was a four-bedroom, three-bath home located in Altadena, near Pasadena and Hollywood. If the house was actually located in Beverly Hills, it could go for anywhere between $3 and 6 million. However, in Altadena, it is currently valued at $1,454,845.
- "American Horror Story". Following the first season of "American Horror Story," the original asking price for the home was raised to $17 million. The house was eventually sold for $3.2 million, according to Curbed.